Protesters across the nation hit the streets Wednesday night to protest Donald Trump’s presidential victory. Thousands gathered in New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, and Portland, chanting slogans like, “No Trump! No KKK! No racist USA!” In New York, thousands marched to Trump Tower, where demonstrators burned a flag. Police later said at least 15 demonstrators had been arrested. The protest was mostly peaceful, but traffic was crippled and many roads closed. In Chicago, thousands gathered outside the Trump International Hotel. Demonstrators even gathered outside the U.S. embassy in London, holding up placards that read, “No to racism! No to Trump!” In U.S. cities, many protesters said they were anticipating racist policies and a spike in white nationalism after Trump’s shocking win. Protests have not been limited to city streets, however, with numerous high schools and colleges in California seeing student protests. Hundreds of students in Los Angeles staged a walkout Wednesday morning, chanting in Spanish, “The people united will never be defeated.” The nationwide demonstrations are set to continue, with more rallies planned in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Oakland. There were no immediate reports of injuries or violence in Wednesday night’s protests, but police have been forced to intervene in some cities to prevent protesters from blocking off roads. Trump’s campaign has not yet commented on the unrest.